Dinner to nite was great. The service was pleasant and prompt. The drinks were missing it tho. Barely any alcohol. This is our 4th visit...we will be back when business calls in Chicago again!
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The food was authentic Italian, the service was amazing. I ordered the ravioli and it was fantastic, such a simple dish made so wonderfully. Stay for the dessert too!
We had the lunch specials that included soup, salad, main course, and dessert. It was delicious. We all ordered different entrees so that we could share. All were amazingly good.
Sarinellos has a great Sunday Brunch. We were there on Father's Day and it was awesome. There was a great selection of foods and the service was wonderful. They were very accommodating to children. They let you take your time and relax.
Beautiful restaurant. We only had a drink there. The bar staff was rather rude. When we were there--on a Thursday night--it was pretty packed, a lot of business travelers it looked like.
My family and I visited this restaurant on Father's Day. We were all very impressed with the great service, quality, and cleanliness. The Sunday brunch set up was very organized and well thought out. The mimosas were great, and for an extra $5.00 you can make your own bloody marys. Our meals cost $34.95 each and they gave us discount... More
While we don't often go to Lettuce restaurants, we happened to go to 3 separate Italian Lettuce restaurants in the space of couple months - Maggianos, Antico Posto and Saranellos. Saranellos was easily my favorite. Started with delicious meatballs, then moist tasty chicken with peppers. Service was excellent.
Over the years (over 15) each trip to Saranellos has been met with increasing disappointment. This was our last visit. While the place is pretty cool inside it's no longer the draw it once was. Yet, it was the bland quality of the food that does not up to standards.
I wish they would expand into Indiana!! I traveled to Wheeling for a chess tournament at the attached Westin, and because the rounds of the event were scheduled at certain times of day, there was no option to drive anywhere to eat. But why would you want to drive elsewhere when Saranellos has amazing Italian cuisine literally feet away from... More
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